Learn the basic setup and operational skills you will need as a CNC machining center operator, such as mounting tools on the machine, setting tool lengths, locating program zero, loading programs, running programs, editing programs and controlling part size with wear offsets. You will set up and run three part programs to create a part to take with you. Class size is limited to maximize hands-on time. Reserve your seat today!
Use machine controls to move slides, activate tool changer and run spindle. Mount tools and set tool length offsets for tools. Establish program zero with workshift offset. Activate and run a part program stored in the controls memory. Edit a program and control part size using wear offsets.